Bush-Hating "Peace Activist" & AX MURDERER Sentenced

He Hated Bush’s War– So He Axed a Student to Death

Peace activist Carlos Hartmann, 41, of Michigan was seeking to punish the Netherlands for its support of the war in Iraq. So, Carlos ambushed a 22-year-old Dutch student with an ax after failing to find a soldier to kill.

This week the peace activist was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the ax murder.

He killed the student because he was Dutch and because Dutch troops were supporting America and President Bush in the War on Terror.
He axed him to death at a train station.

Thijs Geers, a Dutch student, was waiting on the train platform when he was axed to death over “the war of Bush” by peace activist Carlos Hartmann.

Carlos Hartmann spent the night before the murder hiding in the bushes outside an army barracks.
NIS News reported:

Carlos H. spent the night before the murder in the bushes at the army barracks. When his mission there failed, the man wished to kill a civil servant. When this also failed he eventually chose Geers at random because he looked “suitable for military service”, he told the judges.

The American declared to police that he wished to commit an act against the Netherlands because the country was assisting the “war of Bush”, as his lawyer stated earlier in a regional Dutch newspaper. In the past the suspect worked for the US Air Force. He did not serve in Iraq himself.

The 22 year-old was killed by the peace activist while waiting on a train.
A witness who asked to remain anonymous describing Hartmann as striking the victim in the back of the head with the axe.

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